The second part in our gargantuan AOTY piece spans a wide range of progressive takes on heavy music.
An introduction to the ambitious, fucked-up sci-fi noise of Wallowing.
We sat down with High On Fire to talk Electric Messiah and beyond.
We meet up with half of proggy stoner rockers Elder at this year’s HRH Doom Vs Stoner.
“I never think in terms of genre.” We meet Igor Sydorenko, the lively face of Stoned Jesus.
Death metal and post-metal dominate our latest round-up.
Fear not, Hang The Bastard fans, a new project is in town.
Voices’ Sam Loynes discloses details about their colossal new LP, Frightened.
Candlemass meets prog in the epic doom stylings of King Goat, we spoke to the band to find out more about their second LP.
Even as the UK doom scene’s most eccentric act,
Boss Keloid’s third LP is as adventurous an album as they come.
On 4/20, doom dominates our first reviews roundup, which includes some surprise releases from familiar faces.
Rivers Of Nihil push death metal into progressive new territories on their third LP.
Prog and djent collide on the debut album from Swedish newbies Letters From The Colony.
Enthralled by their new LP’s grand sound and intriguing concept, we had a chat with Monolithe bassist Olivier Defives to find out more.
Formed amidst the strife of the second wave of black metal in the 90s, Blut Aus Nord’s debut Ultima Thulee took the black metal world by storm in 1995. If there’s […]
E is not the first time the Norwegian group has taken a good look at their sound before rebuilding it brick-by-brick, but it is one of the more noteworthy times.